>go see band
>it actually is an "act"
>it's 15 years old this year
when did i get so old anons
This is a .44 caliber love letter straight from my heart
I'm giving it a re-listen right now, I just started Polaroids of Polar Bears.
definitely one of the first few bands that really got me into music. First time I heard music that was so exciting and shifting all over the place and having such juxtaposing vocals, and the bassist actually played melodies. Noticing a bit of a post-rock feel that I never noticed before.
What compares to this album?
Was he right?
Do people use Foobar?
Got a new laptop and don't need to use iTunes anymore.
ITT: bizzaro /mu
>I DON'T SMOKE CRACK MOTHERFUCKER I SELL IT
Truly a master poet
He hittin' the dab
ITT: God tier emo albums/bands
This album really didn't need to be an hour long. Especially since the songs get kind of same-y after a while. 30 minutes probably would've been best.
What did y'all think of it?
Why did the critics like this shitty band back in the 2000s again?
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